Late tonight, sky watchers will have a chance to spot a few pieces of Halley’s Comet zooming through the sky as small meteors called the Eta Aquarid meteor shower.
The best time to watch the meteor shower is between 3:30 a.m. and sunrise according to Space.com. the best places to watch would be in the Southern parts of the country.
Since many of us won’t be able to avoid city lights and tall buildings, the folks over at Slooh will host a free webcast of the meteor shower event with a show starting at 8. P.M. The actual "make it rain" moment won't start until around 3:30 A.M so you may want to set your alarm.